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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Morning walk to Bashar to get some grocery. Spend time in the morning with Omo. For lunch We do cook กั๋วย$ 48;ตี๋ยว& #3621;าดหนŭ 7;าหมูใ 3626;่ ...
... labor of love, and we knew that we had to stop and pay our respects. In the early morning quiet, we were undisturbed as we visited the monuments. One never knows what special moments await on Rt. 66. Hello, Arizona! I am always enchanted by the appearance of the Saguaro cacti that welcome all visitors to their desert dwelling. Desolate though their environment may be, the Saguaro remain as faithful sentinels keeping watch over their ...
... one so looked at the flap and found it just lifts up, and then there is no cap; you just poke the nozzle in. Finally negotiated the perils of refuelling in America and drove on to Mount Lemon. Plenty of stops for viewing and taking photos of the wonderful geology and seeing the different types of vegetation as I climbed to near the top at over 8000 feet. Had soup for lunch at a restaurant in Summerhaven, and drove ...
Tuesday Sue drove me up to Flagstaff. (Caren is in Washington). We had a look around the town and at the triplex and then had an early dinner. Wednesday We left Flagstaff at 0530 to get the early sunlight on the drive down to Sedona along the walls of the canyon. Lovely colours and shapes on the cliffs and mountains seen through the pine ...
... were literally thousands of old aircraft, mainly military . What do they plan to do with them??? Would have liked to get into the Pima Air and Space Museum nearby, but no time. Next drove past Old Tucson, used for many Wild West movie sets. Then the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Really a zoo, with brilliant displays of coyote, coati, bobcats, snakes, birds, lizards, spiders and hundreds of desert ...